Time Out says
According to The New York Times, Lune Croissanterie's creations “may be the finest you will find anywhere in the world”. And now you don't have to fly south to Melbourne for a taste. Lune Croissanterie is one for 10 exciting international concepts taking part in Cafe Culture 2019, a food and coffee festival taking place at Marina Bay Sands from August 29 to September 1. It joins other renowned brands such as Copenhagen's Coffee Collective, a speciality café and micro-roastery, as well as Tokyo's Switch Coffee, a cult-favourite neighbourhood coffee joint located near Meguro River.
Cafe Culture aims to be an immersive food and beverage festival where you can easily hop from one international café to the next. Each booth is also designed with the essence of the original outlet in mind. The concepts are split into three themes: Brew, Brunch and Bakes & Cakes. Brew features coffee and tea concepts like Coffee Collective (Copenhagen, Denmark), St. Ali (Melbourne, Australia), Switch Coffee (Tokyo, Japan), Roots (Bangkok, Thailand) and Pushers (Shanghai, China) while Brunch sees the likes of Sisterfields (Bali, Indonesia), Auction Rooms (Melbourne, Australia) and Roast (Bangkok, Thailand). Bakes & Cakes are provided by powerhouses Lune Croissanterie (Melbourne, Australia) and KOI Dessert Bar (Sydney, Australia).
A one-day pass to the event is priced from $45, which includes $42 worth of F&B vouchers that you can spend at the booths. One-day couples passes (from $85) and four-day passes (from $55) are also available. Get yours from cafeculture.sg.